Thai Muang Beach Chalets
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... moved everything that was near the door and water, I threw some clothes on and ran downstairs to reception. It was closed! So back up three flights of stairs, you could hear the roar of the water from the stairwell and it got louder and louder the closer I got to our room.
I told Paul reception was closed so it was down to us to sort it out. With us both now being wide awake, Paul opened ...
... for lunch which was good and then went for a stroll along the beach. I was surprised to find that the creek which normally separates Bang Niang Beach from Khuk Khak Beach was almost dry and it was possible to walk straight across. This meant I could have a good long walk along the virtually deserted Khuk Khak Beach. It also provided me with the opportunity to have a look at Khao Lak’s newest 5* hotel - The Haven. It opened on 1 February this year and was ...
... 8221; to the youngsters in the morning. Nadine and Veronica suggested introducing a game where the children were divided into two teams and a volunteer from each team in turn mimed one of the sports for the rest of the class to name and the first team to get it right earned a point. After some initial shyness they got the hang of it and it went well.
We had bowls of noodle soup for lunch with hard boiled eggs and chicken. I enjoyed it but Nadine, who until ...
... up for the first class. If anything they were noisier and more undisciplined than normal. I could hardly make myself heard over the din and even the men were struggling. Eventually they settled down a bit and we were able to get on with our lesson on “Healthy and Unhealthy Foods”.
The next two classes were better. We experimented with dividing the children into 4 groups for a while, each teacher spending 5 minutes with each group, giving a ...
... they were quite busy but the food was very good. We finished the evening off with a drink at Ska Bar which was packed with tsunami volunteers and survivors. Over a hundred of them had had Christmas Lunch at Walkers Inn and the party had by this time moved to Ska Bar. There was a good atmosphere and with one or two santa outfits in evidence and some fireworks it finally felt a little bit like Christmas.
I enjoyed a bit of a lie in on Boxing Day, a lovely bowl of rice ...
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